In a videotaped message on her senate campaign website, Hillary Clinton warns that if President Bush’s Supreme Court appointees succeed in overturning the federal right to an abortion, state governments would likely implement a reverse of China’s one child policy that would instead force women to have five children.

“It would go in the direction that I saw in my travels, where, you know, in China they mandated you could only have one child. And in some places, like Romania during the Communist era, they mandated that you must have five children.”

So, repealing Roe/Wade would be like Romania during the commie era, “forcing” women to have kids against their will? If abortions are illegal, and you don’t want to break the law, and you don’t want five kids, don’t have unprotected sex five times. Oh, that’s too simple for us impulsive rank-and-file idiots, though.

Promoting personal responsibility would be Kryptonite to the likes of Hillary Clinton if it ever caught on, which is why liberals must constantly run with the assumption that everybody is rock stupid, never even offering personal responsibility as an option. This approach would fail, if there weren’t so damn many people proving them right all the time.

That said, I still agree with Steve Forbes on this issue. The pro-life answer doesn’t have as much to do with Roe/Wade staying or going as it does in simply changing peoples’ hearts and minds.

Changing hearts and minds. Hillary Clinton can do neither, because she has no heart, and she seems certain that we don’t have minds.

In related news…

When it comes to shucking out kids left and right, Hillary should have a chat with the “progressives” in Great Britain. Many of them are bypassing sex in favor– excuse me, favour– of “instant pregnancies” through in-vitro-fertilization. Seems the Brits are wanting to have sex with each other less and less. I knew the bad teeth thing would catch up to them.

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